Maytag Dryer Repair
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services, and over the years we’ve become one of the most trusted names in Maytag dryer repair in the area. Our strong reputation for repairing Maytag dryers is no accident – we’ve worked tirelessly to earn our customers’ satisfaction. To make sure we provide the best possible service to you, we require all of our technicians to become familiar with Maytag dryers through both extensive training on the machines and also practical on-the-job experience working on these dryers. The result is each of our repair experts is fully prepared to work on your machine, and can work on any model of Maytag dryer no matter what the malfunction may be. Whether your dryer is completely busted or simply not drying as thoroughly as it should, our technicians have seen and fixed just about every imaginable problem with Maytag dryers, so you can rest assured knowing that they can get the job done. Finally, each of our technicians is equipped with all the tools and parts necessary to repair Maytag dryers, so we won’t keep you waiting.
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More About Maytag
Maytag offers a fine lineup of dryers, with 39 available models for sale with prices ranging from $550 to $1,650. Maytag dryers come in different forms, from high-efficiency models to traditional models and combination washer/dryer units. These dryers can either be electric or gas powered, and have a capacity from around 6 cubic feet to more than 7.3 cubic feet. Special features available include wrinkle prevention, Advanced Moisture Sensing, and SoundGuard stainless steel dryer drums. As the name suggests, SoundGuard models are specially designed to reduce noise made by objects like coins, zippers, belt buckles, and just about anything else that finds its way into the dryer. If dryer noise is a concern for you, this technology may help bring more peace and quiet to your home.
Born as Maytag Washing Machine Company in 1893, Maytag Corporation was originally founded in Newton, Iowa, as a manufacturer specializing in washing machines for use in homes. During World War II, Maytag halted production of washing machines to assist in war efforts by manufacturing parts for military equipment, and by the 1950s, the company began expanding into commercial offerings. In the modern era, the company made headlines when it was acquired by Whirlpool in 2006, after Maytag had gone through several years of turbulent decline. Whirlpool now uses the Maytag brand on appliances it manufactures, and continues to operate Maytag's subsidiaries like Admiral and Amana. The Maytag name will likely remain a household name for years to come.